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  • Baker Ripley Neighborhood Center

    • 2010
    • Houston, Texas
    • K-5 school, public library, business incubator, health/fitness center, art center, ampitheather, and public park

    The campus of the Baker Ripley Neighborhood Center supports a large underserved and ethnically diverse population in the Gulfton/Sharpstown neighborhood of southwest Houston. The master-planning component of this project included six months of intense community engagement with residents to identify site assets and future needs.

  • Ashe Cultural Arts Center

    • In Progress
    • New Orleans, LA
    • Gallery and performance art center

    Located in the heart of Central City New Orleans, the Ashe Cultural Arts Center renovation includes a lobby and marketplace for displaying African art and textiles, a performance and exhibition space, and office suite for the Ashe team. The design concept is based on oral tradition and storytelling in African culture.

  • Lusher Charter School Performing Arts Center

    • 2007
    • New Orleans, LA
    • Performing arts space

    The Lusher Charter School Performing Arts Center features a 3,600 square-foot performing arts space as well as drama and dance studios with sprung wood floors. This facility was designed in collaboration with students, faculty and parents and has become the centerpiece for outdoor performances and morning faculty meetings.

  • Contemporary Arts Center

    • 1990
    • New Orleans, LA
    • Museum, art center, cafe

    Developed through a process of interdisciplinary collaboration, Concordia’s renovation of the Contemporary Arts Center creates a richly layered building that integrates sculptural work to complement the architecture. Concordia worked with national arts advisers and local curators to select the artists.

  • The Metropolitan Center

    • 1995
    • Providence, RI
    • High School & Technical Center, shared community facilities

    To facilitate a community-based master plan for the future expansion of their downtown campus, Concordia’s planning process engaged the Metropolitan Center’s administrators, teachers, parents and students as well as local business, resident and nonprofit stakeholders from the South Providence community. Each of the four small schools is an individual, stand alone building, housing 115 high school students.